part 2- 9/11 Commission refuses to hear testimony of 503 first responders.
Run time 10minProducer snowshoefilmsProduction Company snowshoefilms.comAudio/Visual sound, colorLanguage English
Within a month of 9/11, NYC fire commissioner Thomas Von Essen, a 30-year NYFD vet, set up interviews with fire, port authority police and EMT first responders, getting their initial impressions of what they experienced on Sept 11. The stories of 503 men and women is 12,000 pages, the most comprehensive on-the-scene report of what happened that day. Graeme MacQueen, a recently retired religious studies professor, read all 12,000 pages. In addition to the heartrending nature of many of the stories, the consistent theme was of hearing, feeling and seeing explosions, a controlled demoliton. Failure to officially acknowledge this evidence is further proof of an inside job by goverment, and complicity in the coverup by the media. MacQueen, a Buddhist scholar (McMaster University, Ontario, Canada), narrowed down the testimony of 118 interviews as especially court-worthy testimony. But he notes the entire testimony was excluded by the 9/11 Commission. Nor did the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) consider controlled demolition as a hypothesis for the obliteration of the WTC buildings. Part 2: MacQueen cites First Responders testimony. Video prepared for the Vancouver 9/11 Truth Conference, June 22-24, 2007. Part one linked up at www.snowshoefilms.com and http://www.archive.org/details/macqueen1of2